This year’s New Crop Prize winners were
- Taylor Madign, “Expected Utility Theory and Evolution”
- Ryan Ravanpak, “The Limits of Frankfurt Style Counterexamples”
- Matthew Lee, “Temporal Semantics for Counterfactuals”
Runners-up were Joseph Martinez (“Compatibilism and Manipulation”) and Bryan Knittle (“Towards a Phenomenology of Stoic Philosophy”).
The entries were judged by Professor Ernest Sosa from Rutgers University, who also ran a special seminar for our undergraduate majors. Thanks to Professor Sosa and to the donors who made this prize possible.
May 16, 2016